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for an airplane in malaysia, and you have these girls that need us now. >> if this happened in the u.s. and not nigeria, i mean, you can only imagine what would be done to try and find them, right? >> that's what i keep saying. if this was someone, if this was girls in the u.s. or in the united kingdom, anywhere else that were white, sorry to say, they would be home now and be in their beds. i believe the world has become decent tiesed to what's happening in africa. we need to see what's happening there, and know it is a reflection of what our whole entire country could become. if we do not step in and rescue these girls, what are we saying to the future about the importance of education and the importance of helping each other? >> these girls we know were taken in the dead of night. why do you think they were taken and what is your greatest fear for them? >> i believe they were taken to sell and to be used as slaves and my greatest fear is that many of them have been killed, many of them have been raped, and that they are in really dangerous situations right now, and that because th
to happen. zillow. . all right, back now to that new phase in the hunt for flight 370. malaysia's men industry believed the disappearance of the flight. it revealed stunning details of what happened in the minutes and hours after the plane vanished. i want to bring in my panel of aviationists. david, you first, we learned there was a miscommunication rather for nearly four hours. it seems like an eternity, what does this say to you about the airline's confidence? >> i can say it was about the same with air france 4-4472, you have cases like that, there is some reluctance in cases to claim the plane is missing. so you know after air france 447 there were a number of things we hoped to never see, here we are almost literally in the same boat. >> do these missteps are pronounced because of the scale of this investigation? >> well, i think that's true. they are significantly pronounced because of the disconnect. one thing stands out amazingly, glaringly, in their report. >> that is they went back. it was four hours had passed. the report says the military went back and reviewed tear radar
in kuala lumpur, malaysia. will, any reason for the addition of the third ship? >> reporter: hey, guys. no reason has been given to why there are three ships in the bay of bengal. keep in mind, these were ships not involved in the search off western australia. this is the bangladeshi military to send ships in the area. one ship has the side-scan sonar technology to scan the floor to see if it can find the trace of debris. that's important. the water in this area is not as deep as it is off western australia. these ships, according to the officials here in malaysia, should have the tools capable to scan the surface and see if there is debris floating. unlikely considering we're in week nine here. also, there is the side-scan sonar to put to work as well. the tone that we're hearing here in kuala lumpur is that for now, they will wait and see what the ships in bangladesh find before making a decision to divert additional resources which would be expensive and take away time from the primary search area off western australia. >> i have to think this is a topic of conversation on monday wi
the latest information we have now on that desperate search for malaysia flight 370. the airline has told families staying at a beijing hotel it's time to go. malaysia air said they'd be better off waiting for updates "in the comfort of their own homes." cnn's david mckenzie's been speaking to some of the family members and filed this report. >> reporter: after nearly two months of agonizing waiting to find out what happened to their loved ones, hundreds of family members here in beijing were given an ultimatum to leave. they were told they had to leave their hotel where they had been based by both malaysian authorities, malaysian airlines and the chinese government. some family members told us they didn't have a choice and they're given an evening deadline to get out of that hotel. but some of them have said they wanted to leave for some time, and for many, it's a relief. >> we'll move on to the next stage and still keep on fighting for the truth and for where the plane is, where our loved ones are. we'll keep on with it. we'll never give up. nothing for me, because living here or living
and have a look at what was there. yes, the acting minister for transport in malaysia's made it quite clear he thinks it's a waste of time. he's also said he's, you know, when they go and they find nothing. and people will be questioning them why they bothered and what have they lost by doing it? but they have no choice. if somebody comes up and says we've got 23 scientists, including 12 ph.d.s and we believe that this is -- we've found the plane. you've got to go and investigate. and you've got to go and do it in as damage limitation way as you possibly can. >> even though this may be another huge false positive for these families? >> it's even worse than a false positive. may just be false. >> yeah. >> but what's the alternative, brooke? the alternative is for the authorities to say that we think this is a load of total nonsense, it's absolutely no way and we're not going to. and what happens when the families in beijing, right now they're being sent home. but the families in beijing say how dare you not at least go and have a look. so what i'm guessing, and what i know is they are doing
day." we just heard from malaysia's transport minister who is insist that officials have nothing to hide there. that comes on the heels of the report released by malaysia which shows i guess what we can describe as mass confusion after flight 370 disappeared. let's take a closer look at the report and the investigation with dade soucie, author of "why planes crash," former faa inspector, and major james "spider" marks. good morning to both of you. >> good morning, kate. >> good morning, kate. >> two of the numbers that stick out from the report, david, 17 minutes after -- it was 17 minutes after the plane had disappeared before anyone seemed to have noticed, according to this report. and then four hours before any search effort was initiated. that seems like, to be nice and to be kind, that seems like mistakes were made. but that seems like a whole lot of mistakes that were not corrected in time. >> let's talk about 17 minutes first. that's at the transition period. when you're going from one control area to the next control area. 17 minutes while it is a little bit extensive, it
their controversial report on what happened to missing malaysia airlines flight 370, explaining what comes next in the search for the vanished jetliner. and this morning, promising to answer questions about the report. family members of those on board say it raises more questions than it answers. we have live, team coverage, coming up. >>> breaking news this morning. pro-russian protesters and ukrainian troops battling it out in the streets as the fight over eastern ukraine intensifies, this as president obama prepares for a high-stakes meeting on how involved the west should get. we're live on the ground with the very latest. >>> and then, while you were sleeping, what an intense, edge-of-your-seat playoff game. the los angeles clippers in a nail-biter, taking place as nba owners decide what to do about banned clippers owner donald sterling. there's new drama in that, drama in the game, a lot of drama ahead. good morning, everyone. welcome to drama friday. i'm john berman. >> and i'm drama-free christine romans. at least, that's not what john thinks. it's friday, may 2nd, 4:00 a.m. in the east
from malaysia, australia and france promised people a short while ago. it's being broadcast from kuala lumpur. cnn has lurnd malaysian, australian and chinese officials will meet to discuss the next steps of the search. cnn's will riply joins us from kuala lumpur. will, if we look at the overall situation we know we're not looking for debris on the surface. they're no longer holding daily briefings for the relatives of passengers. what else did they say at this press conference that gives us a sense of what will happen next? >> reporter: what we saw today is really what we've been expecting to see. the search now transitioning into this new phase. that's what this tri lateral meeting on monday is all about. it's about china, malaysia and australia getting together and taking a look at what resources are available and coming up with a game plan, a blue print for how the search will continue in the 8 to 12 months to come. this is estimated to be a very costly move. $60 million. we know that private contractors with technology beyond the blue fin 21 will likely be brought in, something th
report from the malaysia government on the disappearance of flight 370 is now public. it not only raises a lot of new questions the report is a window among air traffic controllers. it shows that precious time was lost after this final verbal communication between the control tower and the cockpit. >> malaysian 370, ho chi minh, good night. >> good night, 370. >> that is malaysian air traffic control telling 370 to check in with vietnamese air traffic control. but that never happened. the report shows that as controllers realized communication was lost there was a four-hour gap until an official search for flight 370 was launched. let's take a look at the timeline. and we'll highlight some of the newest information. the plane departed from kuala lumpur at 12:41 a.m. we already knew that the plane's on-board system, acars sent its last communication. at 1:19 a.m., the last verbal communication from the cockpit is made as we just heard. at 1:24, the last communication was heard. 19 seconds later, flight 370 disappeared. and thailand spots an unknown aircraft apparently flying from the oppo
and stunning mistakes revealed in the most comprehensive look yet at the disappearance of malaysia airlines flight 370. the country's transportation ministry released a preliminary report on the case that's been gripping people around the world for almost eight weeks. it contains the most information we've seen so far about what happened the night the plane vanished. our expert analysts are combing through the report. they're standing by, along with cnn's tom foreman. first, let's go to kuala lumpur, our senior international correspondent nic robertson has the latest. what does the report reveal? >> reporter: wolf, the most stunning revelation appears to be in the actions taken when the plane went missing between 1:38 a.m. and 6:14 a.m. for two hours, malaysian airlines operation center is misreading its own computer, telling air traffic control the flight was in fact over cambodia, they were tracking it and in communications with it. that turned out to be an error, lasting over two hours. there is a full recording of the air traffic control to cockpit voice recording. that's the first time
. when you heard the voice say good night malaysia flight 370. there was no indication that that plane's transponders and devices that helped the plane communicate would be switched off and the plane disappeared from radar and 17 minutes before anybody noticed it was the vietnam air traffic control that checked in and said what's going on with 370 and that's when they realized hey, it's no longer on our radar screen. more troubling according to many experts is that four-hour period before search planes were launched. that was 5:30 in the morning even though they knew for hours that something was wrong. there was so much confusion. at one point, kuala lumpur was told that the plane might be in cambodia air space. there was a lot of wasted time before there was a plane sent up to get in the air and look for the aircraft with 239 people that was by then very far off course, flying somewhere. we don't have the answer to the biggest question of all which is where did this plane go? why? and where is it right now? that's the answer that the families need. >> after the relatives were told to
. there are people dying. what is the military doing? >> last words. 55 days after malaysia airlines flight 370 disappeared families are hearing for first time what could be the final transmissions from the cockpit. >> 1-2-0, good night. >> good night, malaysia 370. >>> good day, i'm andrea mitchell in washington. the heavy rain has finally stopped but the relentless downpour left behind a path of destruction. record flooding and sinkholes from the panhandle to the mid-atlantic states. crews used boats to rescue trapped riders who took refuge on top of a city bus. >>> in baltimore, the water swpt away a road dumping cars on pt railroad tracks below. >>> in pensacola, flooding may have caused a gas explosion that caused a jail to collapse killing to two inmates overnight. gabe gutierrez is outside the jail and joins me now. gabe, there's a lot of confusion as to what happened and how many were injured or rescued from this collapsed jail. tell us the latest. >> andrea, good afternoon, we have received conflicting and confusing information from county officials throughout the morning. initially we
ferrara. those stories and much more "at this hour." we begin with breaking news. malaysia finally released that preliminary report that's been long awaited on the disappearance of flight 370. families had pressed for it to be made public, and now 55 days after the plane vanished, that report is out. >> some of the details are frankly shocking. so let's get straight to it. will ripley joins us from kuala lumpur with the details. so will, tell us what is in the report. >> reporter: well, it's not just what's in this five-page report, john, but it's the time line attached to it. some of these supplemental documents. and you asked the question, what took so long? that's the question that i can bet a lot of these families will be asking as well. because, you know, the plane disappeared from radar at 1:21 a.m. it wasn't until 1:38 a.m., a full 17 minutes later, that air traffic control in another country, vietnam, reached out to kuala lumpur and said hey, have you heard anything from flight 370? okay, so had that not happened, k.l. air traffic control may have taken longer than 17 minut
with breaking news. a new transparency in the disappearance of malaysia airlines flight 370. just minutes ago, finally, malaysia's government made public its first report on the plane's final known moments. the big headline for you, the plane had vanished for a full 17 minutes before officials even took notice. and yet it took a remarkable four hours, four hours, before an official rescue operation was launched. it is the government's most thorough accounting yet of what investigators know or suspect. cnn's will ripley has been sifting through this report. he joins us from malaysia's capital, kuala lumpur. tell us more, will. >> reporter: hey, carol. yeah, this is a five-page report and other supporting documents attached to it. we've been going through them. here are the things that really stand out. you talk about those 17 minutes when nobody even noticed the plane was missing. okay. that said, then we talk about the four hours where what we see here, this is a report that kind of describes all of the events that were happening over those four hours. and what it says to me, carol, is that t
higher wages and better health care. protestors say their fears in thailand, the philippines and malaysia have better living standards. in athens, it's business at usual, organized strikes to public services, including. transportation and riot police gearing up for clashes with demonstrators. >> in turkey, demonstrators clashing with police, protestors want to hold their may day rallies there but the government banned protests in the square. we have more. >> demonstrators and police have clashed in several neighborhoods, demonstrators tried to march to the square. the please prevented them using tear gas and water cannon. the government is preventing unions from using the square as a venue for the may day rally and provided an alternative venue. it cited security concerns. according to the union, it is their right to demonstrate whenever and wherever they want. this is really part of an ongoing political struggle in this country, divisions within turkish society. this is not just about a may day rally. the government does have its critics, it was democratically elected. it won the electio
. who saw it as it went over malaysia. what did they do about it? what happened at this last point of contact? did vietnam notice it? did the controller at malaysia notice it? that's what you're looking to find out. and if they know details about this, we know this from air france 447, we got chapter and verse on what the air traffic controllers did. if you know it here are they going to tell us it now? >> why do they get to control the report? why wouldn't you have someone issuing a report like this checking on the actions on this body as opposed to allowing the body to dictate the completeness of their own work? >> that happens everywhere. that's like saying when the ntsb does a report who polices the ntsb? the bea in france, somebody has to present the report and it's the investigating authority of the state of occurrence or state of registry. >> it's just how it is. >> it is. >> so we look for woord to getting it. i'm morest sbred in what's not in the report. what it seems they don't know or what they speculated about that they shouldn't have. >> i can tell you one thing. from
this morning, in minutes, investigators will finally reveal what they know about the disappearance of malaysia airlines flight 370. and right now, the frustrated families of those on board hoping they might get the answers that they've waited so long to get, this as search crews begin a new effort in the southern indian ocean, looking for any sign of the vanished jetliner. we're breaking down all the angles for you live this morning. >>> breaking news here at home. the east coast under water this morning. look at this historic flooding burying neighborhoods. severe storms so dangerous, millions told just to stay home, and the rain isn't over. indra petersons tracking what's still to come today. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> and i'm john berman. it's thursday, may 1st. happy may, everyone. 5:00 a.m. in the east. >>> and breaking news right now from kuala lumpur, where malaysian investigators are set to release in just moments their preliminary report into why flight 370 went missing. now, this report has been kept secret for weeks. the government keeping it un
to reveal what they know about the disappearance of malaysia airlines flight 370. a report set to be released within the hour. right now, frustrated families of those on board hoping to get answers they've waited weeks for, as crews comb the southern indian ocean for any sign of that vanished jetliner. we've got a team of reporters covering all angles this morning. >> good morning, everyone. welcome to "early start." a lot going on this morning. i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. it's thursday, a very wet thursday, may 1st. 4:00 a.m. in the east and much of the east coast is waking up drenched this morning. flooding reported from florida all the way to the northeast. worst part about this, it is not over yet. your thursday may yet be another washout. >> the gulf coast hit the hardest with historic rainfall in the pensacola area. nearly 2 feet of rain fell in just two days, just destroying roads, wiping out homes. cnn's ed lavandera is there. >> reporter: christine and john, residents here along piedmont road in pensacola, just south of the airport, tell me that it was th
passed all the information can malaysia airlines and the malaysian and chinese embassies in australia in march the thirty first and to the dccc people book the australian research team said he was relying on information from satellites and other data to determine the missing application of the location in the euro the report was not within the search. in britain the deadline for the licensing of her peers chinese medicines has passed with no agreement between chinese doctors and the british government britain's association of chinese medicine says the new rules will force hundreds of chinese clinics to close which of the stick as well the shelling of producing traditional chinese medicine is a frightening and age in history from today. it will be illegal in britain for chinese doctors to prescribe these preparations. the next test it out and do licensed han yu has been a doctor and traditional chinese medicine for thirty years and not japan korea in britain. she says the active compared to make it impossible to tackle all chinese medicines do the same way as the western counterparts l
for the families. >> i'm here to represent hundreds of family members from malaysia 370. >> as the families confront the planemaker. >> they don't want your sympathy. what they want is answers to their questions. >> you're live in the "cnn newsroom." -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good morning. i'm carol costello. thank you for joining me. right now 75 million americans find themselves in the path of a storm system that is both sprawling and deadly. >> oh, jesus. there's cars that have been tossed. >> the violent weather first erupted yesterday killing at least 29 people in six states. weather experts had warned of the growing threat for days, but the ferocity erupted with shocking speed. this alabama fire station torn apart as the rig sat parked. and a meteorologist in tupelo, mississippi, pleaded with viewers to take cover until the approaching threat forced him to follow his own advice. >> this is a tornado ripping through the city of tupelo as we speak. and -- this could be -- deadly. let's go tower cam. basement, now. let's go. let's go. now. >> frightening situation. cnn ha
bailey, an honor. kate? >>> coming up next on "new day," more from inside the cockpit of malaysia airlines flight 370. for the first time we hear the voice of the pilots on the night the flight disappeared. what can we learn from it? what can investigators, more importantly, learn from it. and we'll get reaction from family members. >>> 29 people in 6 states killed by tornados and severe storms since the weekend. 75 million people are facing more severe weather today. update ahead on whether it's expected to hit. narrator: these are the skater kid: whoa narrator: that got torture tested by teenagers and cried out for help. from the surprised designers. who came to the rescue with a brilliant fix male designer: i love it narrator: which created thousands of new customers for the tennis shoes that got torture tested by teenagers. the internet of everything is changing manufacturing. is your network ready? smoke? nah, i'm good. [ male announcer ] celebrate every win with nicoderm cq, the unique patch with time release smartcontrol technology that helps prevent the urge to smoke all d
for missing malaysia airlines flight 370. the air search officially ending overnight. we're live in perth, australia, with what's coming next. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> and i'm john berman. great to see you. it is tuesday, april 29th, 5:00 a.m. in the east. >>> and we do begin with important breaking news, another night of dangerous storms moving through the south, leaving at least 13 more people dead, so many homes damaged, and towns simply devastated. the worst, it's not over yet. even more severe weather could be headed that way today from texas all the way to the atlantic ocean. >> mississippi is under a state of emergency this morning. the city of tupelo under curfew after this tornado ripped through at least 100 homes, leaving at least eight people dead, many others hurt. take a look at this. the winds so powerful, the winds picked up this suv -- >> wow. >> -- stacked it on top of a car. about 100 miles south in lewisville, mississippi, another tornado was caught on camera. you've got to listen to this. >> stay here. oh, my god. no, no, no, no,
for missing malaysia airlines flight 370, this as investigators reveal new information to families of those on board, playing for them the last audio recordings received from the cockpit of the vanished jetliner. you are going to hear it here. we are bringing you live team coverage. good morning, everyone. great to see you. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. nice to see you, john. it's tuesday, april 29th, 4:00 a.m. in the east. >>> let's begin with breaking news, another night of dangerous storms moving through the south, leaving at least 13 people more dead, many homes damaged and towns this morning devastated. this thing is not over, not over yet. even more severe weather could happen again today from texas all the way to the atlantic. >> the entire state of mississippi is under a state of emergency this morning. in the city of tupelo, under a curfew after a tornado ripped through at least 100 homes, leaving eight people dead, many others hurt. but i want you to look at this. the winds so powerful, they just picked up that minivan-suv, and stacked it on t
after 2:00 a.m. malaysia time on march 8th that malaysian air sent a message to the cockpit asking the crew to get in communications with ground control in vietnam. then more than five hours later after 7:00 a.m. local time, the airline tried to make a direct phone call to the cockpit. there were no responses to either the text message after 2:00 a.m. or the phone call after 7:00 a.m., and also no explanation for why the airline did not try to communicate with the plane for more than five hours. rosemary? >> all right. ivan watson joining us on the line from beijing as we brought you the live picture of the briefing currently underway. a very welcome briefing now for the family members getting some answers to some of their questions. just getting more access to malaysian authorities now and some information to help them as they try to absorb what has been going on. and of course with the aerial search for flight 370 over, service members from seven nations involved in the operation gathered for a farewell ceremony north of perth. they have spent weeks scouring the indian ocean for
a global issue. the president of the united states does a press conference in malaysia and mentions adam silver and the nba, this is no longer a black-and-white issue, this is a green issue. they are a global brand. companies are voting with their pocketbooks and moving away from what the reprehensible thought pattern was of donald sterling. the positive is that by tomorrow night's game in l.a., adam silver and the nba, the players association, the sponsor community him and all those people in the nba community have to get together and make a very strong statement, moving away from donald sterling has represented. >> what are your sources telling you is actually going to happen? >> it's going to have to be a strong statement, obviously. everybody is going to be watching this. he has had such a small amount of time to figure this out. huddledas probably been with bloggers and there are a lot of legal implications. >> by the way, this is a guy who is new to the job. this could be his defining moment. he -- how to see as the new commissioner of the nba handle it? is dealing not only with th
moved from japan to korea to malaysia to the philippines. has this been successful? trip,s is a dual track you sure your alliances and i feel that they have been successful on this front. but this entire trip was somewhat about beijing as well. they have made strong statements about china and you have not seen china react all that negatively. very goodals feel about this but missing is a trade deal, they did not make any major trade deal and that may be of concern. >> traveling with the president in the philippines, adam? >> bill gates and mark zuckerberg had two things in common. change the world and dropped out of harvard. harvard is saying no more. you spirit a lot of early are looking- you for the one percent of the one percent. what sets those people apart? >> it has to do with their talent. the record of harvard speaks for itself. we have eight u.s. presidents and 16 nobel laureates, and the birth of the venture capital industry as a whole. it started as research and development in the 1960's. field creates this fund, leave harvard and we will give you $100,000, go to -- talk a
impossible to drive or walk outside. u.s. president barack obama has arrived in malaysia on the third leg of his asian tour. he is the first american leader to visit the country in nearly 50 years. his visit aims to rebalance u.s. attention towards the strategic asia pacific region and to push a regional trade agreement. the world's first permanent museum dedicated to the 1989 tiananmen square protest has opened in hong kong. discussion of the violent military crackdown is banned in mainland china. it's hoped the new facility might educate many who don't know about the event. a report from hong kong >> reporter: with a rip of a copy of china, newspaper dated 25 years ago, the museum is declared open. >> it's designed as a maze and takes the visitor through the events leading up to the june 4th crackdown by the military in which student protesters were killed. at just 75 square meters, it's one of the smallest museums around but organizers expect it to have a big impact. >> we are targeting the younger generation that are born after the june 4th massacre so they can come and experience wha
. greg postal. president obama's in malaysia right now arimrriving in kuala lumpur today. it is his third stop in asia. with another good day to you after this morning. talk about what's on the president's agenda in malaysia and what about the missing plane flight 370, is that going to be a topic of discussion? >> i anticipate it will be a topic of discussion when president obama sits down for a bilateral meeting with the prime minister of malaysia. there's also going to be a joint news conference tomorrow. i wouldn't be surprised if president obama got a question about that or if he offered some comments at the top of that news conference. we'll have to see. of course, this trip overall is a part of the obama administration's attempt to pivot to the asia pacific region. the key topic, when president obama talks to the prime minister will include trade, defense, of course malaysia is one of a dozen countries, that's a member of the transpacific partnership. there have been negotiations about broadening trade deals between asia countries and the united states. of course president obama tri
than a month ago when malaysia's prime minister announced that flight 370 ended in the southern indian ocean. earlier this week, the prime minister struck a different tone with our richard quest. take a listen. >> so, i ask you again, prime minister, are you prepared to say the plane and passengers are lost? >> translator: at some point in time i would be. right now, i think i need to take into account the feelings of the next of kin. and some of them have said publicly that they are not willing to accept it until they find hard evidence. >> just this morning, president obama landed in kuala lumpur promising continued support and assistance in the search for the missing flight. that is doing little to help the family members. many showed up outside the embassy in beijing. two people who know that outrage all too well join me from beijing. sarah bajc, the partner of philip wood and steven wang, whose mother was on the flight. sarah, the prime minister najib razak told richard quest there would be a release of a report. what is it you are looking to learn in the document and how much fai
. go to gretawire.com. and the mystery of flight 370 it just keeps getting more bizarre. today malaysia airlines keep saying angry passengers held members hostage for hours. roger maynard is live with the latest. what in the world is going on now? >> yeah. greta. it's indicative of the growing sense of frustration among relatives of the m 3700 victims. tensions have boiled over again with some of malaysian airlines officials being held captive in a beijing hotel for 10 hours no less. they were eventually released with you not before one of them was physically attacked by one of the relatives. a big demonstration in beijing. and clearly, the relatives here are reaching the end of their tether and want some sort of closure. want some kind of evidence, you know, to satisfy them about what has happened. that evidence has been totally unforthcoming and, indeed, there has been a comment from an unnamed u.s. defense official today, saying it may be years before any wreckage is found. greta? >> are any -- i mean, it seems like a number of these passengers relatives abandoned giving -- almost ha
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